A-FFIX LLC is a Seattle-based earthquake retrofit contractor specializing in home earthquake retrofit and seismic preparedness.
Founded in 1999 by Bruce Schoonmaker, A-FFIX serves Seattle, Kirkland, Tacoma, Bellevue, and other areas in the Puget Sound region.
A-FFIX’s specialty is un earthquake retrofit in addition to other forms of seismic damage mitigation. In 2006, the City of Seattle commended A-FFIX for outstanding service to the region. Learn more about our company’s history and commitment to excellence.
Call 206-284-6226 or e-mail email@example.com to schedule an earthquake retrofit inspection today!
A-FFIX will help your home and family get EARTHQUAKE PREPARED:
- Protect your house from serious earthquake damage with earthquake retrofit.
- Preserve possessions and appliances with Worksafe straps, latches, and mats.
- Prevent shattered glass from scattering dangerously with 3M window film.
- Prepare for the aftermath of an earthquake by planning ahead and being well supplied.
- Provide greater security for your home with an automatic gas shut-off valve.
See what customers are saying about A-FFIX earthquake retrofit contractor:
“A-FFIX was a pleasure to work with from start to finish. All of their employees were knowledgeable, friendly, and kept us informed about what they were doing.” –Kari U., Yelp
“Jim Collins was our project manager and he was a delight to work with, as were all the members of the team.” –Sally N, Yelp
“I would hire Bruce and his team again in a second. They are really good!” – Homeowner, Angie’s List
Bruce Schoonmaker explains retrofit basics
Bruce Schoonmaker, A-FFIX’s founder and manager, explains the basics of earthquake home retrofit in a video produced through the Seattle Home Show:
Bruce has spoken about earthquake retrofit and earthquake safety in many venues in Seattle, including Seattle Emergency Management events, the Seattle Home Show, and Lowe’s and Home Depot. He has also served as a guest lecturer for the University of Washington, Tacoma and the University of Derby, UK. Watch Bruce’s seminar on earthquake preparedness on YouTube.